5 Must-Try Street Foods from Around the World

Here’s a glimpse to some of The Hidden Kitchen’s top street food picks. Follow this blog for more.

Bánh mì
Bánh mì
Where to eat it: Vietnam
What is it: Vietnam’s famous sandwich bursting with scrumptious flavors. Meat, liver pâté, and vegetables like cucumber and pickled carrots among others are stuffed between slices of a baguette. A delightful treat — good for a solid meal or snack. Best enjoyed in cities like Ho Chi Minh.

Bhel puri
Bhel puri
Where to eat it: India
What is it: A type of snack made with puffed rice, fried noodles, vegetables, and tamarind sauce. A must-try when in Mumbai.

Dürüm
Dürüm
Where to eat it: Turkey
What is it: Flatbread wraps consisting of sliced meat (beef, chicken, or lamb) topped with cucumbers, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and various types of sauces. Grab a bite when in Istanbul.

Tacos al pastor
Tacos al pastor
Where to eat it: Mexico
What is it: A Lebanese-inspired dish made with spit-roasted meat thinly sliced and served on tortillas topped with onions, coriander, and hot salsa or lime juice. For the best tacos al pastor, explore the street food scene of Mexico City.

Xiao long bao
Xiao long bao
Where to eat it: China
What is it: Chinese soup buns served in traditional bamboo steaming baskets,